Conservative students at Stanford University won’t have to pay thousands of dollars in “security costs” to host an event on traditional marriage views, as the administration reversed course after the student group accused them of trying to tax free speech.
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News reports of sexual harrassment and hush money forced a North Carolina Democratic Party official to resign today, though he blamed conservative media for spreading a false story.
“Even though I have not done anything wrong, it is clear to me that I need to move on,” Jay Parmley, executive director of his state party, wrote in a resignation letter today. Parmley “blamed right-wing blogs for ‘spreading a false and misleading story’ about the incident,” according to The News & Observer (Raleigh).
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George Zimmerman will have to find a new team to defend him in regards to the shooting of Trayvon Martin, because his attorneys withdrew from the case today.
“He has not returned phone calls or text messages or emails leading me to believe that I cannot go forward,” Zimmerman attorney Craig Sonner explained in a press conference today, “because I’ve lost contact with him as of this point. I just can’t proceed to represent a client who doesn’t stay in contact with me.”
Sonner added that he still believes Zimmerman is innocent of murder, but cited the poor communication as a deal-breaker.
As posted in The Washington Examiner’s “Beltway Confidential” blog.
As seen on The Washington Examiner’s Beltway Confidential blog. Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich headed into tonight’s presidential elections with hardly two nickels to rub together (compared to Mitt Romney), but Santorum’s victories tonight could provide the fundraising boost needed to support his campaign through an otherwise uneventful month. Santorum won Missouri, where Gingrich was […]